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Chevrolet Captiva Service & Repair Manual: Brake Power Booster Unit R&R

Chevrolet Captiva Service & Repair Manual / Brakes / Brake Power Booster Unit R&R

Removal

Ensure the foam insulator on the mounting surface of the power vacuum brake booster withdraws with the booster.
1. Remove the underhood electrical center.
2. Without draining the engine coolant or removing the hoses, remove and position aside the surge tank.
3. Disconnect the power brake booster vacuum check valve and hose from the vacuum brake booster and position aside.
4. Remove the master cylinder.
5. Remove the brake pressure modulator valve (BPMV) assembly.
6. Remove the driver knee bolster.
7. Remove the power vacuum brake booster pushrod retainer (1), Fig. 1.
8. Disconnect the power vacuum brake booster pushrod from the brake pedal.
9. Remove the vacuum brake booster nuts (1), Fig. 2.
10. Carefully pull the power vacuum brake booster forward until the mounting studs clear the instrument panel.
11. Remove the vacuum brake booster (1), Fig. 3.
12. Inspect the power vacuum brake booster gasket (1) for damage and replace if necessary, Fig. 4.

Installation

Ensure the foam insulator on the mounting surface of the power vacuum brake booster is properly installed on the booster.
1. Install the power vacuum brake booster gasket.
2. While guiding the power vacuum brake booster pushrod and mounting studs through the instrument panel, install the power vacuum brake booster.
3. Install the power vacuum brake booster nuts and torque to 18 ft. lbs.
4. Connect the power vacuum brake booster pushrod to the brake pedal.
5. Install the power vacuum brake booster pushrod retainer.
6. Rotate the power vacuum brake booster pushrod retainer 360° to ensure it is properly installed.
7. Install the driver knee bolster.
8. Install the BPMV.
9. Install the master cylinder.
10. Connect the power vacuum brake booster vacuum check valve and hose to the vacuum brake booster.
11. Install the surge tank.
12. Install the underhood electrical center.

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    Brake Power Booster Unit Check Valve R&R
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    Brake Pressure Sensor R&R
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